The Alliance, through Swisscontact, is helping micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and women-led businesses reap the benefits of the WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement.
New Senegal ePhyto Project to Digitise Certification Processes for Plant Exports, Cut Processing Time as Much as 50%
Alliance initiative will save time and money for businesses and boost Senegal’s trade competitiveness
The Alliance will be hosting a session at the upcoming WTO 2021 Public Forum, which will explore the effects of COVID-19 on trade and how the multilateral trading system can build resilience to the pandemic and future crises.
Alliance Project to Digitise Trade Certification Processes for Ecuador’s Fishery and Agri-businesses
Ecuadorean banana exporters will pilot “ePhyto” solution to cutting red tape on plant shipments
Brazil, Chile, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, and Paraguay Determine Compatibility of Trusted Trader Programs
Authorized Economic Operator project will make intra-regional trade simpler, faster
Alliance Collaborating with UNICEF, Government Agencies to Reduce Trade Hurdles
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Alliance Project Aims to Digitise Burdensome Paperwork at Main Ports
Two new publications focus on engaging MSMEs and addressing their needs
The Alliance is pleased to invite you to a webinar co-hosted by Freshfel, SHAFFE and the International Plant Protection Convention to see how ePhytos can smooth the path for fruit exports by cutting out the paperwork and in-person processes that can slow shipments and raise costs.
The Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation today published detailed gender mainstreaming guidelines that are being applied across its projects to ensure women and men benefit equally from its support to trade reform efforts in developing countries.
The Alliance’s 2020 annual report shows strong momentum for projects and reform
Reports Shows Evolving Work Focus Around Innovation and Digitised Approaches
Initiative aims to boost competitiveness of Senegal’s agriculture sector
As the world strives to move beyond the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alliance is pressing on with its work to help safely train and certify more than 200 customs officials from 11 countries across Latin America on critical trade validation processes.
Madagascar is making a major stride in improving business conditions for companies large and small by agreeing to two new projects with the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation that will simplify trade processes and make them more transparent and predictable, cutting costs and saving time for businesses.